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Lavna Coal Terminal To Reach Design Capacity Of 18 Million Tonnes In 2022

Logistic News - Published on Mon, 24 Jun 2019

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Murmansk Region Government in that press center said that environmentally friendly coal terminal “Lavna” on the western shore of the Kola Bay will reach design capacity of 18 million tonnes per year in 2022. Mr Maksim Akimov, Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, and Mr Andrey Chibis, Murmansk Region Governor inspected implementation of the project on comprehensive development of Murmansk Transport Hub. The project foresees the construction of ‘Vykhodnoi station - Tuloma bridge - Murmashy 2 station - Lavna station’ line.

According to the Deputy Prime Minister and Acting Governor, the works are being performed according to the schedule. The terminal conn has entered its active phase. That will be a modern port designed with application of the advanced solutions and the toughest environmental standards.

Mr Maksim Akimov marked the considerable progress at the construction site. “Murmansk will have the country’s most advanced non-freezing port.”

Meanwhile, total investments into Murmansk Transport Hub project are to exceed RUB 130 billion. Investments into the Lavna terminal are estimated at RUB 34 billion.

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Posted By : Mohan Sharma on Mon, 24 Jun 2019
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